We managed to park in the heart of the town's market square, surrounded by fine architecture and establishments.
|One corner of the Market Square|
|Getting the kids out of the back of the car|
From the nice variety of establishments, we picked out a little fish and chips place for lunch. Three of the adults ordered the eponymous dish but Amy decided to get a burger. Amazingly enough, they cooked the burger just like they cooked the fish!
|Deep fried beef!|
We also ordered milkshakes. I've been in Europe long enough to know that their milkshakes are not similar to American milkshakes. European milkshakes are like flavored milk; American ones are like ice cream just melted enough to be drinkable. I was not disappointed in my strawberry milk(shake) though I think BJ and Amy were not satisfied with theirs. The food was excellent otherwise. After we were done eating, we piled back into the car and headed back for a late afternoon nap. Everyone enjoyed nap time!
Someday we'll do a proper look at Thirsk, home of James Herriot of All Creatures Great and Small fame. And a 15th century church. And much more!